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The Incestuous Relationship Between Bankers, Business, and Congress

Originally published on November 7, 2012 on occupy.com

Reprinted on Truthout

If you look up the individual “Jon Corzine” on Wikipedia, the first sentence you encounter is “Jon Stevens Corzine is an American finance executive and political figure.” 1,527 more words

(Lack Of) Accountability

Bitcoin's true believers vow to ride out cryptocurrency rollercoaster

The crowds have thinned somewhat at Bitcoin Center, leaving just the true believers in the volatile cryptocurrency.

“Two months ago we couldn’t breathe here” due to the throngs, recalled Nick Spanos, founder of the trading and educational hub in lower Manhattan. 127 more words

Bitcoin's true believers vow to ride out currency rollercoaster


© AFP/File / by Ali BEKHTAOUI | The bitcoin cryptocurrency has risen and fallen in recent months, testing investors’ nerves, but the founder of Bitcoin Center in New York says the digital money — seen here in gold-plated souvenir form — is not for dilettantes… 664 more words

J.P Morgan will see more competition from corporations like Google, Apple and Samsung

I pointed out how cheap bank stock was a couple of years ago, and J.P Morgan is one of them. The stock is up over 100% since I wrote about the bank stocks and J.P Morgan is still a good stock. 441 more words


JPMorgan Busted Over Bitcoin Fraud... Seriously!

Oh, the irony…

Jamie Dimon has come a long way in seven months…

From “Bitcoin is a fraud” in September to “Busted for Bitcoin fraud” 169 more words


Sold to You Jamie

By Kevin Muir

JP Morgan’s CEO Jamie Dimon has released his annual letter to shareholders. It’s actually interesting reading, and although at 45 pages it’s a little long, it’s probably worth a quick peruse. 586 more words


Dimon warns investors on risk of ‘drastic action’ by Federal Reserve

JPMorgan Chase chief highlights chance of faster interest rate rises to tame inflation

Jamie Dimon: ‘Many people underestimate the possibility of higher inflation and wages’ © Bloomberg… 492 more words